Forbear synonyms

fôr-bâr'
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To be an ancestor of
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(Formal) To stop doing (something).
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(Archaic) To hold back, to restrain (someone or something). [from 14th c.]
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To cease or suspend an action temporarily:
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To keep oneself from doing, engaging in, or partaking of something; refrain:
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To stay clear of; go around or away from:
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To refuse to accept or do something, esp. in a way that is formally polite
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To cease (from an action); stop; abstain
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Endure is defined as to put up with or to undergo.
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To go before in place, time, or degree; precede
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To let pass, to leave alone
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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To fail or neglect (to do something):
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To oppose actively; fight, argue, or work against
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To refuse to accept socially; avoid having social contact with:
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To be or get in the way of (a bullet or other missile); be killed or wounded by.
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To allow (something that one dislikes or disagrees with) to exist or occur without interference.
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To keep (a physical object that one has obtained) to oneself rather than giving it back to its owner.
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To resist or endure (something) successfully.
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To envelop, enfold, entangle, or embarrass.
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To consume, expend, or exhaust by use
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To share some of the properties of something else:
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To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
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To carry farther; extend
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(Idiomatic) To delay commencing (an action until some specified time or event has passed).
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To remain in a state or condition; stay:
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To hold oneself back
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The definition of a forebear is a person's ancestor.
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(Idiomatic) to delay, especially in school
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To play the part of; assume the dramatic role of:
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